Dear Grace To Move into White City Place

Food and drink retailer taking over former Wellbourne Brasserie premises

Wellbourne Brasserie closed in April 2021
Wellbourne Brasserie closed in April 2021. Picture: Facebook

A new food and drink retailer is to move into White City Place near Television Centre.

Dear Grace, which is operated by the Incipio Group, will be taking over the former Wellbourne Brasserie and Motherclucker sites at 195 Wood Lane and opens in early February 2022.

It will operate seven days a week, open both to the public and the occupiers on site with an event space for 350 guests, joining a chain venues operated by Incipio across London including Pergola Paddington, Pergola on the Wharf, The Prince, Lost in Brixton and Percy’s.

The menu for Dear Grace will be designed and overseen by Incipio’s Head of Food, Nick Wyborn.

Claire Dawe, Director Asset Management, Stanhope, says, “Stanhope and Cadillac Fairview are delighted to welcome Dear Grace by Incipio to White City Place, following our previous joint successes like Pergola on the Roof at Television Centre, the dynamic new venue is the latest addition to the developing White City Innovation District. We hope all Dear Grace guests will benefit from its locality, versatility and fantastic menu.”

Incipio CEO, Ed Devenport says, “We are thrilled that our latest site, Dear Grace, is opening in such a dynamic, innovative location. Incipio venues often look to their local community for inspiration, so it’s fantastic to launch our latest concept in this culturally rich corner of West London.”

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December 20, 2021